Once you get onshore, there are lots of tour operators with great trips ranging in price from $20-$100. Most of these boat tours offer free drinks and fruits and snorkle equipment rentals.
Visited: Dec 26, 2015
Another quaint little vacation spot on the shore of Brazil.
Visited: Mar 09, 2019
Good but many mosquitoes (they bites hurt...)
Visited: Jan 08, 2016
Pretty but not a lot there but beach.
Visited: Feb 04, 2018
tendering was very difficult-dock was broken-currency exchange was non existent- infrastructure for tourism other than Brazilian language was missing
Visited: Jan 24, 2018
Interesting walk to Jesus Crucificado memorial and the nice Igreja Nassa Senhora D’ajada.
Visited: Feb 04, 2019
No much to do... just a boat trip to a nearby beach.
Visited: Dec 28, 2019
Only giving bad rating because it poured rain all day and our morning excursion was a big washout. Therefore can't really assess the stop.
Visited: Feb 16, 2020
Small beach, a little crowded, restaurant food and service was excellent, the resturant food is highly recommended
Visited: Dec 20, 2007
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